Filmwerkplaats 16mm film introductie workshop
This is a 2-day workshop in 2 parts of approximately 5-6 hours each and is an introduction of working according the d-i-y way of 16mm filming.
Date: Saturday 22 & Sunday 23 June
Time: Saturday 11.00-17.00 / Sunday 10.00-16.00
Costs: 80,- euro (passepartout for both days)
Part one: This part will cover using the (Bolex) camera, exposure, light reading and development processes and chemistry. We will use B&W negative film material. You will work with the camera yourself and develop your own film by hand. Included items are a.o. Bolex camera loading, continuous and variable speed shooting, time lapse & time exposure, lenses wide angle / tele, film sensitivity ISO/ASA/DIN, light measuring, camera speed/exposure time
Part two: You will work in the darkroom and learn about the various ways of contact printing, where images of the first part are used as source material, to create new images. We will work with black-and-white film. This specific material makes it possible to work in red safety light. Part two incorporates the uses (and abuses) of film print materials, development processes and chemistry, but also specific Filmwerkplaats possibilities as creating an optical soundtrack, 16mm flatbed editing, telecine and the use of our 16mm projectors.
The workshop will take place in WORM’s own filmlab. The Filmwerkplaats is equipped to facilitate individual artists throughout the production process of their films. It’s possible to go from unexposed filmstock to final exhibition print without having to rely on commercial labs or rental companies.
If you are interested in becoming a Filmwerkplaats member this 2-day workshop is essential.